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Harsanye 50th marked by cruise and family event

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Alex W. Harsanye, 531 Moherman Ave., celebrated their 50th wedding

YOUNGSTOWN Cyclist to hit road for charity

The college student plans to pedal 100 miles a day to raise $50,000 for Special Olympics. By PETER

Kent-Severn nuptials are set for mid-July

Announcement is being made by Joseph and Rosemary Kent, 1864 Chapel Hill Drive, Youngstown, and John


HONORS Dubos lauded John J. Dubos, son of John M. and Rosemary Dubos of Boardman, finished first

Last-ditch talks fail; workers strike St. E's

By RON COLE VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Joe and Brenda Nyland's plan for Saturday was


JENNIFER LEWIS MATTHEW MARIANO HUBBARD -- A reception was held at Willow Creek in Girard in honor


ETC. 'Taffetas' performance NILES -- A special performance of "The Taffetas," a play about a

OHSAA makes right call

Heaven knows, we've taken our fair share of shots at the Ohio High School Athletic Association from


William "Dibbie" DeAngelo (Contribution to sports) A graduate of The Rayen School, he was one of

Plea will bench major player in politics



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Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Heart &

Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Heart & amp;

Cunninghams mark 50th at Lucianno's

CANFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cunningham of 22 Hood Drive celebrated their golden wedding


IF YOU GO Bata Shoe Museum Location: 327 Bloor St. West, Toronto. Admission (in Canadian money):


TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Corey Telshaw, 29, of 3830 Main St., Mineral Ridge, and Pamela

STANDINGS Mahoning Valley Trap League

Lowellville Rod & amp; Gun Club473 Fish & amp; Game Club of Vienna469 New Middletown


PEOPLE Gandolfini considers leaving 'Sopranos' Making hits for a living ain't pretty, but

HUBBARD Events to mark how city began

Hubbard's bicentennial celebration will be fun for all ages, the chairwoman promises. By TIM

Companies caught between the road and a high price

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- Fuel price increases are hitting area

District's seat in Congress may be lost because of Traficant's indictment

Opinion: District's seat in Congress may be lost because of Traficant's indictment EDITOR: Bertram de



Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


Three Democrats and two Republicans are vying for the post as Lawrence County sheriff. An *

Company opens plant


Driscoll-Bacon wedding to be at St. Columba

POLAND -- Announced by Nancy and Donald D. Driscoll Sr., 7235 N. Lima Road, is the engagement of

LAWRENCE COUNTY Judicial candidates

Three people are vying for a seat as Lawrence County's fourth judge. The position was created last

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beene celebrate golden anniversary at reception

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beene of 647 W. Heights Ave. were honored April 21 at a reception

LISBON Complex to house troubled women

State and federal grants are paying for most of the undertaking. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR

Goists honored at family dinner for 60th jubilee

HUBBARD -- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goist of Hubbard were honored May 12 at a family dinner at the

Events to mark how city began

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF HUBBARD -- Nancy Praznik is not only the wife of Mayor

Hounding owners to follow the rules

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- John Klenec, deputy dog warden for Mahoning

HELPING HANDS Volunteering

Volunteer Services Agency is the resource for volunteer recruitment, placement and management in the


CLUBS Registered trap shoots Results of registered trap shoots at the following clubs:

LAWRENCE COUNTY Sheriff candidates plan new approach to job

Three Democrats and two Republicans are seeking nominations for the sheriff's race. By LAURE


ATTRACTIONS Worth a look Other points of interest at Shaker Square: On Paper sells


PITTSBURGH PIRATES Today -- at Milwaukee, 2 p.m. Monday -- at Milwaukee, 1 p.m. Tuesday -- St.


SPECIAL EVENTS The Medina Count Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will host a

Book signing

Book signing BOARDMAN -- Alison Leslie Gold will sign copies of her book, "Anne Frank Remembered:

WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of May 13: TODAY Post 235, American Legion, 11 High St., Girard, 2


MONDAY XL.B. Circle, Past Matrons of Miriam Circle, OES, will meet at noon at Austin Manor with

FUND-RAISER Struthers Rotary Club schedules golf outing

The Struthers Rec Center Youth Organization will be among the club projects to benefit from the

MIKE BRAUN Programs that help waterfowl need aid

There is legislation brewing in the U.S. Congress that bears watching by, and possibly some

RECALL Dehumidifiers

What: About 100,000 Goldstar, General Electric and Sears Kenmore portable dehumidifiers manufactured

Lewis-Gesacion engagement is announced

TAMPA, Fla. -- Gary and Marilyn Lewis of Tampa, formerly of Boardman, are announcing the engagement

BEST SELLERS Top rankings

The authors maintain that few Germans resisted the regime, however, because they were seduced by the

YOUNGSTOWN Last-ditch talks fail; workers strike St. E's

Strikes at the Mahoning Valley's two largest health care systems have put nearly 1,700 workers on

3 health screenings

3 health screenings STRUTHERS -- Three health screenings will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Fortnightly VI to hold installation

HUBBARD -- Members of Fortnightly VI Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Jane


REFERENDUMS State ballot questions QUESTION 1: "Shall the Constitution of Pennsylvania be

Mercer County agency plans sale

Funds will provide services and programs throughout the county communities. MERCER, Pa. -- The

SWEEP Spartans bash top teams

Boardman defeated two state-ranked squads. By JOHN BUTERA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BOARDMAN --

A Mother's Day Prayer

Opinion: Because most Americans observe the Sabbath on Sundays, it is no wonder that Mother's Day is


RESTAURANTS YOUNGSTOWN -- Betty J. Marshall, a Youngstown native, has been appointed chief

Kaylin Shimmin, 3, above, celebrates with her mother, Michele, in the Mother's Day Look-Alike

Kaylin Shimmin, 3, above, celebrates with her mother, Michele, in the Mother's Day Look-Alike

J.J. CAFARO | Analysis Plea will bench major player in game of politics

The Valley's heavy hitter in Washington is stepping back from the political spotlight. By DAVID

Nicalek-DeSantis wedding is set for July 14

STRUTHERS -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Nicalek Sr., 178 Parkway St., are announcing the engagement of

UPMC plans to honor 14 nurses at event

UPMC plans to honor 14 nurses at event CLARK, Pa. -- UPMC will honor 14 nurses for their

Holderman-Lazar wedding plans are announced

STRUTHERS -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Holderman, 212 Poland Ave., are announcing plans for the upcoming

EASTER SEAL Golf classic scheduled to tee off on June 18

A variety of prizes will be available to participants. WARREN -- The 2001 Easter Seal Golf Classic


VETERANS Recognition luncheon The annual Armed Forces recognition luncheon, sponsored by the


GETTING IN TOUCH More information The Northwest Territories government can be reached at (867)

Induction ceremony held by TOPS

McDONALD -- The installation of officers for McDonald TOPS Chapter took place during the

Smith-Tarajack wedding to be held in Michigan

POLAND --Announced by Paulette Tarajack, 41 Orchard Drive, are plans for the upcoming marriage of

KATHRYN EARNHART | The Butlers Video artist Viola's exhibit opens

An exhibition by Bill Viola, the world's foremost video artist, opens today and continues through

PENNSYLVANIA 2 state issues on ballot

Voters should look for the questions at the top of their election ballots. By HAROLD GWIN

AUSTINTOWN Teamwork, leadership displayed by youth

St. Anne's Church was host to the League of Champions flag football tournament. By BILL SULLIVAN

Shaker Square is better than ever

The face-lift has been completed, the bandages are off, and the patient is more beautiful than ever.

Indictment alleges Traficant promoted product for favors

Cafaro's company gave the congressman money for improvements to Traficant's houseboat and later to

SCOTT SHALAWAY Orioles offer color, song and pest control

The cardinal-sized bird was only 10 yards away, but it was backlit so even with binoculars I


MONDAY Struthers Presbyterian Church, 110 Poland Ave., Struthers, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY

Retired barber reports being beaten, robbed

Retired barber reports being beaten, robbed YOUNGSTOWN-- A 72-year-old retired barber was beaten

RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Fusco is named to college hall

Nice guys finish first! Retired Westminster College football coach Dr. Joseph B. Fusco has been

SECTIONAL TENNIS All in the family: Howland prevails

Brothers Kevin and Ryan Trapp delivered Howland its first sectional doubles tennis title in 23

PATRICIA C. SYAK | Symphony notes U.S. composers get spotlight

American composers have left their mark in musical literature with an outstanding collection of

FARRELL City council

There are five candidates running in the May 15 primary for the Democratic nomination for four city

LAWRENCE COUNTY Candidates for judge stress their experience

The position was created last year to ease backlogs in the court system. By LAURE CIOFFI

STAGE REVIEW TNT visits the '50s with 'The Taffetas'

An air of nostalgia filled the theater for an evening of light music and close harmonies. By GARRY

CONGRESS Votes this week

How local legislators voted this past week: HOUSE BUDGET Budget Conference Report (Resolution


Two candidates are seeking the six-year term for the District Justice 3-04 which serves Neshannock,

SHARON SHANKS | The Cosmos Want to see Mercury? Just look to the west

I've sometimes wondered which came first: the planet or the god. We teach that the five planets we


By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Summer's almost here, and it won't be long before

FAONEO ball honors officers

LIBERTY -- The Filipino-American Organization of Northeastern Ohio celebrated its 14th anniversary

Open house scheduled for municipal building

Open house scheduled for municipal building HERMITAGE -- Hermitage city officials are ready to

KEYSTONE CLIPS Edinboro plans annual Highland hoopla

Can you play the bagpipe or do a highland dance? If so, Edinboro, Pa., is the place for you to be

BOARDMAN SWEEP Spartans bash top teams

Boardman defeated two state-ranked squads. By JOHN BUTERA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BOARDMAN --

Eagles 213 Auxiliary to seat slate

YOUNGSTOWN -- A joint installation of officers will be held at 6 p.m. May 19 by the Fraternal Order

JACK WOLLITZ Ebb and flow of water life: Eat -- or be eaten

This is the time of year that a lot of aquatic dramas are played out around the perimeters of area

JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Solar heating kits are popular, effective

Q. I want more months of use from my swimming pool, and I enjoy really warm water. The cost to

DiLullo-Barker wedding date is made known

YOUNGSTOWN -- A late-spring wedding is being planned by Francine DiLullo of Youngstown, a daughter


SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Heather Earl, 1065 Newgarden Ave., Salem, boy, May 11 Warren and Donna

CONTROLLER Mercer County

Two Republicans and one Democrat are vying for the office of Mercer County Controller being vacated

MAHONING COUNTY State investigators probe building inspection office

Mahoning County will make changes to the building department soon. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR

JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Mulinix is invited to Reds' pre-draft tryout

ALLIANCE -- Rick Mulinix of Beloit meets all of the requirements for becoming a professional

Problems still plaguing building inspection office

Opinion: Is it unreasonable to expect a government agency to get its act together in eight months? We think

Jackson-Wright engagement is made known

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announcing plans for their forthcoming wedding are Joyce Jackson and Eric Wright, both


MONDAY Youngstown Central Area Community Improvement Corp., 3 p.m., 4th Floor, Commerce Building,

Motorist killed in crash

CANFIELD -- A motorist was killed near Ellsworth on Saturday morning when his minivan collided with

Wedding planned by Tracy Stacy, Matthew Niemla

CORTLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stacy, 201 Robbie Run, are announcing the engagement of their


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